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Supported Accomodation Cleaner
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Stopover Supported Housing provides accommodation and support to some of the most vulnerable young women in Brighton & Hove. We work with them individually to prepare them for independence through key working and group work. Our residents present with a range of support needs, and we empower then to establish trusting professional relationships to act as a base from where they can grow in confidence and prepare for independence.

You will be responsible for:

  • Weekly cleaning of the projects.
  • Quarterly cyclical or deep cleaning of the projects.
  • Cleaning prior to re-let of accommodation units.

The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate:

  • An understanding of the support needs of the residents.
  • An ability to prioritise workload and work unsupervised.
  • An understanding of health and safety.

If you have queries about the job, please telephone Stevie Graves on 01273 603775 or email stevie.graves@impact-initiatives.org.uk.

This post is open to female applicants only as being female is deemed to be a genuine occupational requirement under Schedule 9, Paragraph 1 of the Equality Act 2010.

Part-time: 20 hours per week

Starting salary £23,175 (pro rata) / £12.05 per hour

Permanent contract

Incentives: Generous holiday allowance and stakeholder pension

Job reference: SAC/May24

Fundraising Development Specialist - 4Sight Vision

4Sight Vision Support was established in 1921 to support blind and visually impaired people living in West Sussex. We currently have around 3,200 clients, however there are an estimated 36,200 people living with sight loss in our County.

The Fundraising Development Specialist will be responsible for:

–  Thanking and building long-term relationships with all donors (individuals and trusts)

–  Developing existing individual income streams to achieve their potential – in-memory, regular giving, legacy

–  Developing a programme of regular fundraising appeals, including writing compelling donation opportunities

–  Maintaining a pipeline of funding applications, including writing compelling cases for support, completing applications, reporting back to funders

–  Conducting thorough research to keep abreast of changes in individual giving trends and identify new opportunities

To apply please send us your CV or download and complete our application and equal opportunities monitoring forms and return them to Julie Branson, Fundraising Manager – julie.branson@4sight.org.uk

Department: Fundraising and  Communications

Reports To: Fundraising Manager

Salary: £28,000

Hours: Full-time (35 per week)

Location: Flexibility to work from home, our HQ in Bognor Regis or hybrid

Contract: Permanent, subject to 6-month probation


Details – http://www.4sight.org.uk/vacancies-at-4sight/

Inclusion Youth Worker - Electric Storm Youth

This role is to help ensure all sessions are inclusive to all groups. This worker will help with the delivery of the LGBT+ sessions and will also work to support neurodiverse young people at sessions and to help inform any adaptations to provisions that can be made to aid this (e.g., quiet spaces, any general staff training requirements). Training will be provided for this role.

Main responsibilities include:

  • To help oversee, develop and deliver our varied programme of activities that enable young people to develop holistically using informal and formal youth work approaches in line with the National Benchmark Standards and National Occupational Standards. You will specifically oversee these with an eye to ensuring inclusivity and that the needs of neurodiverse young people are met in all our provisions. Youth work activities include youth sessions, Youth Forum, Young Carers [delivered in conjunction with local secondary Academy], detached youth work, LGBT+ and allies work, and mental health support.


  • To have clear aims and outcomes when planning programmes and to undertake regular assessment and evaluation. This will include a range of activities such as residentials, focus groups, one-to-one sessions, club sessions and offsite activities that take place in the evenings, weekends and school holiday weeks.


  • A minimum average of 50% face-to-face youth work per week to be delivered flexibly throughout the year excepting times of annual leave. You would be expected to cover youth team annual leave and required to plan the sessions within their stated aims and objectives and utilise existing volunteer staff as well.


  • To initiate, develop and maintain positive relationships with young people in order to identify key issues relevant to them, and to support them in gaining accredited and/or recorded outcomes.

Position: Inclusion Youth Worker

Location: Various locations in Lancing and Sompting

Hours: 16-20 hours per week (This post involves some evening and weekend work)

Salary: £26,110 (pro rata) Actual pay £11,140 – £13,925 depending on hours

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